Remove the word “should” from your vocabulary.
Here’s a great article from Charles Hugh-Smith from his OfTwoMinds blog. He defines and details the profile of “undebtors”. His language is strong, his case is solid, and his advice is incredibly worthwhile. Enjoy! Those who refuse debt, regardless of the sacrifice, are starving the parasitic, exploitive machine; those with debt are feeding it. We … More Who Exactly Are “The Undebtors”?
Like making plans.
…I purchased this box of chocolates for my mother for Mother’s Day, which is Sunday. More importantly, she and I will spend time together, over breakfast, which she will most certainly not cook. This commitment of time–which cannot be purchased, only given–helps me moderate my distaste for rampant consumerism fueled by monthly manufactured holidays (Mother’s … More I Hate Manufactured Holidays, But Still…
An Old Money Gal shares some of the memories and rules of behavior she grew up with. You do not praise yourself. Ever. If you are good, “everyone” knows. (It’s a small world.) If you are not, it’s embarrassing. Do not draw attention to yourself. You are there as a resource, and if people need … More Old Money: In Their Own Words – Part 3
It’s not an exaggeration to call the printed book one of the greatest inventions of all time. The innovation that condensed knowledge and information into a infinitely usable, portable, and efficient format, and the subsequent mass distribution of material to the general public, forever changed our world. Literacy, religion, philosophy, and law became accessible to … More Perhaps The Greatest Invention of All Time